Archive for the ‘Future Generations’ Category


National Indicators

To make sure we are all working towards the same vision, the Act puts in place seven well-being goals. If we are to collectively achieve these well-being goals we need a way of measuring progress so that we can all see if, for Wales as a whole, things are getting better. That is why the […]

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Wales’ first Future Generations Commissioner takes up post

On Monday (1 February 2016) Sophie Howe takes up her post as Wales’ first statutory Future Generations Commissioner. The establishment of the Commissioner, one of the first in the world, follows the National Assembly for Wales passing the Well-being of Future Generations Act last year. Sophie Howe said: “For me, it’s a uniquely exciting, and […]

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Managing our Land Use

The Agriculture and Land use sector accounts for 20% of emissions covered by the Welsh Government’s 3% annual reduction target. The latest data (for 2012) shows that since the baseline (2006-2010) emissions have only reduced by 1.2%. The way we manage our land and soils is critical to both climate change mitigation – due the […]

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